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Lying in Family Court

Lying in Family Court By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. © 2008 High Conflict Institute One of the biggest surprises is the extent of lying in Family Court: lies about income, assets and even complete fabrications of child abuse and domestic violence. Why do people lie so much? How did they get away with it? The [...]

Parallel Parenting for High Conflict Families

Parallel Parenting for High Conflict Families by Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D. There’s been a great deal of publicity lately about the negative impact of divorce on children. Wallerstein et al. (2000), highlighted a small group of children who have shown ongoing problems many years after the divorce of their parents. They report that children of [...]

Personality Traits of Parents And Developmental Needs of Children in High-Conflict Families © Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D. Muchas familias no se ajustan a los patrones de la violencia doméstica, sin embargo, experimentan un alto grado de conflicto. Muchas familias de alto conflicto pueden experimentar explosiones intermitentes de la ira o la violencia. Incluso cuando no exhiben patrones violentos, these [...]

Rasgando El Niño Aparte

  Psychoanalytic Psychology Copyright 2006 by the American Psychological Association 2006, vol. 23, No. 3, 542–553 0736-9735/06/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/0736-9735.23.3.542 TEARING THE CHILD APART The Contribution of Narcissism, Envy, and Perverse Modes of Thought to Child Custody Wars Michael B. Donner, PhD Oakland, California This article takes a psychoanalytic approach to questions usually considered to be [...]

La revista American Journal of Family Therapy, 32:101-117, 2004 Copyright © Taylor & Francis, Inc. ISSN: 0192-6187 impresión / 1521-0383 online DOI: 10.1080/01926180490424217 The So-Called High-Conflict Couple: A Closer Look Michael Friedman This article examines the concept of the high-conflict post-divorce couple. It is suggested that the use of this concept encourages the belief that post-divorce [...]

The Wounds of Conflict

THE WOUNDS OF CONFLICT by Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D. Ha habido una gran cantidad de publicidad últimamente acerca de los efectos negativos del divorcio en los niños,en. This research, by Dr. Judith Wallerstein, has highlighted a small group of children who have shown ongoing problems many years after the divorce of their parents. She indicates that children [...]

Use Of Therapy in Divorce and Custody

Uses of Therapy in Divorce Therapy can save money, reduce trauma and help avoid bad decisions in divorce. The following are some ways that therapy can be used (and misused): Deciding to Divorce Many people feel frustrated in their marriages, but are unsure about divorce. Before making such an important decision, I strongly encourage people [...]